In today’s article we bring you the story of a young female biomedical engineer, aspiring to make an impact in the world of neurogenesis and hippocampal prostheses. We are speaking to Veronika Cencen who is an extraordinary individual having lived in many countries, conducted research at different universities, competed in numerous international rhythmic gymnastics forums […]

The virtual world – Preventing online hate
January 29, 2016

Recently we had the pleasure of speaking to Dr Andre Oboler, an IEEE member who is a social media and online public diplomacy expert. Dr Oboler is CEO of the Online Hate Prevention Institute and a consultant on various online projects. He received his PhD in computer science from Lancaster University, UK and his LLM(JD) from Monash University, […]

Meet-up events, entrepreneurship, IEEE career products, volunteer resources, awards and the latest news! These are just a few of the things you will find on the new IEEE Young Professionals web portal at http://yp.ieee.org It has been nearly 2 years since IEEE Young Professionals rebranded from Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD), but the old […]

Young Professionals at TENCON 2015
December 10, 2015

The Young Professionals track for the IEEE Region 10 Conference, TENCON 2015 started with the session on “Rejuvenating Young Professionals” by Mr. Ranjit R. Nair, IEEE Region 10 Young Professionals Coordinator. During his session, Ranjit emphasized the benefits of being a Young Professional in IEEE and how IEEE can be beneficial to them. He cited examples […]

Being a Young Professional in Bosnia & Herzegovina
December 9, 2015

Today we had the privileged of speaking to Dusanka Boskovic to learn about one of the smaller but very active IEEE groups based in Bosnia & Herzegovina. Can you tell our readers about the IEEE Section in Bosnia and Herzegovina? The IEEE Section in Bosnia and Herzegovina was founded in 2005, and we are now […]

Electrospinning: An ancient nanotechnology rediscovered for modern demands Electrosinning, the closely related cousin of electrospraying, is a method of using high voltage electric charge to draw a polymer into a fine fibre [1]. Depending on the strictness of your definition it can be considered a nanofabrication process. Electrospun fibre is commonly between 150 nm to […]

Industry ready in Bangalore
November 8, 2015

The ties between IEEE Young Professionals and Industry is crucial. In today’s article we highlight the work of IEEE Young Professionals in Bangalore and how they are ensuring that ensuring industry readiness through a series of events run earlier this year. The A and A of IoT: A Tutorial on Arduino and Android  Organised at […]

Young Professional Update from Iraq
November 4, 2015

It was not long ago that we reported on IEEE Young Professionals in Iraq and their struggles. With this article we wanted to update all IEEE members on the situation there and some their activities. Despite the raging war and instability our IEEE members are still making the best of their time. IEEE Iraq section and […]

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